Satsang is on Krymská street (although the nearest 22 tram stop is Ruská). We’ve been missing our dinners there. So when gardens were re-opened and Satsang added outside tables, it was the first place we visited.

Choosing Satsang was maybe unusual because we’re not vegetarian – the food is so good that we hardly miss the meat. This especially as they serve an excellent ‘beyond meat’ cheeseburger (225 Kč plus 45 Kč for fries). The buns come from a bakery just around the corner, the fries are the best I’ve eaten in Prague.

A 0.15l glass of Merlot is 54 Kč and a bottle of tap water is free. They have a great Czech beer on tap called Matuška (64 Kč) – there have less expensive beers, but you should try one of these.

The staff have always been friendly and welcoming, as is the owner and his dog.

The ‘hungry’ window is still open for takeaways.

Less than a week to go until we can eat inside Satsang and I’m looking forward to a Pad Thai at one of their cosy tables. Here is a picture from before the lockdown.

I should add that this review wasn’t sponsored by Satsang – I honestly really like this place.

Krymska 24,
Prague 10100,
Czech Republic

+420 267 314 903 – Facebook page

Until May 25th: Open every day from 11.00 to 21.00. Lunch is served between 11.00 -15.00.

From May 25th, I assume they’ll stay open until 23.00.

More pictures from before the lockdown.

The only window table, actually in the window, is cool but has quite narrow seats.

The interior is industrial, exposed brickwork, open kitchen.

I like the incandescent lights.